Coffee Enterprises offers new pesticide testing for organic products

Coffee Enterprises has expanded its services to include chemical analysis to verify coffee and tea meet National Organic Product (NOP) Regulations.

Coffee Enterprises helps protect companies’ investments in coffee and tea quality through analytical evaluations by way of cupping, grading, food safety and chemical analysis technical services. The National Organic Program (NOP) is responsible for production, handling, labelling, and enforcement of all United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) organic products.

Confirming that coffee and tea products adhere to the NOP regulations throughout the supply chain, from farm to consumer, is essential for business and product trustworthiness. Coffee Enterprises now offers a quantitative chemical analysis measuring over 180 pesticides for coffee and tea products that will be sold, labelled or represented as “100% organic” or “organic.” Testing is conducted under Coffee Enterprises supervision at ISO/IEC 17025:2017 certified partner laboratories following NOP guidelines.

“Protecting the integrity of certified organic products is critical to business credibility,” says Spencer Turer, vice president of Coffee Enterprises.

Coffee Enterprises’ Pesticide Multi-Screen Package #4 (NOP) Test is an essential tool to verify that coffee and tea products adhere to USDA regulations for labelling. Organic agriculture is important for maintaining healthy soil, encouraging biodiversity, supporting animal health and welfare, and to reduce risks of exposure to synthetic chemicals.

For more information about food safety and chemical analysis services, and other coffee and tea quality control evaluations, please visit or call: 1-800-375-3398/1-802-864-5760.

Founded in 1992, Coffee Enterprises, based in Hinesburg, Vermont, USA, is an independent company providing world-class consulting, technical laboratory services, and business intelligence to the coffee and tea industries. Coffee Enterprises conducts unbiased scientific analysis on coffee and tea.

Related content

Leave a reply

Tea & Coffee Trade Journal